Ruaha National Park

Tanzania's second largest National Park, this isolated woodlands area has remained undisturbed by man, virtually unchanged for centuries. The Great Ruaha River is the showpiece as it wanders through the woodlands and out to the grassy plains. Clawless otters play in the shallows, crocodiles lurk on the sandbanks, and reedbuck, waterbuck and buffalo come down to water's edge to drink, keeping out a wary eye for the lion, hunting dog, leopard and spotted hyena. More

Safaris:
Upon Request

Activities:
Bird Watching
Game Walking

Accommodation:
Adventure Camping
Mobile Camping